For every event you will find a seasonal flower and others that can be find on every season of the year. Some grown locals and some grow in other places of the world, but because the difference and changes of the seasons they always can be bought.
Flowers you can use in arrangements depending of the season.
Lilac: The length of lilac allows for designers to get creative when implementing it in floral design, and the full flowers add robustness to sparse arrangements. Lilac is most commonly known for having a purple color, but can also be found in white, pink, and yellow.
Daffodils: They symbolize wealth and good fortune, which is often on people's minds as seasons change from winter to spring and people seek fresh beginnings. These flowers, most commonly found in yellow and white, bring sunshine to mind.
Cornflower: The name of this flower brings both spring and farmhouse style to mind, in fact, they were often found in cornfields before the widespread use of herbicides.
Garden Peonies: Designers and gardeners will find plenty of variety in peonies; there are over 25 confirmed species! With that much variety, it's easy to construct a floral arrangement or even an entire garden entirely out of peonies. Flower enthusiasts can find peonies in multiple shades of pink, red, violet, and white.
Sweet Peas: Like old-fashioned bleeding hearts, sweet pea also makes a great choice for deconstructed arrangements because of its climbing nature. This feature also makes sweet pea a beautiful choice for filling a floral arrangement. Sweet pea comes in purple, pink, or white. But don't let the name fool you: the seeds of this bloom are toxic.
Old-Fashioned Bleeding Hearts: Due to their hanging nature, these elegant flowers are useful in deconstructed arrangements. Its unique heart shape inspires perky and creative designs. Old-fashioned bleeding hearts come in two romantic spring colors: white and pink.
Tulips: Tulips' popularity stems from their diverse assortment of colors. Red, yellow, pink, and white are the most common tulip colors. Designers can get creative with all of those shades! Tulips are one of the most popular and recognizable spring flowers. These flowers are said to symbolize perfect love and can pull together a wedding, anniversary or birthday bouquet. Tulips can make a perfect bouquet among other tulips or within a mix of other exquisite flowers.
Hyacinth: Hyacinth is an excellent choice when adding height to a floral arrangement. It is found in shades of purple, pink, and white, so floral designers are sure to find a hyacinth to match their color preference. It also goes by "heart flower" or "lady-in-a-bath".
Anemone: The anemone flower symbolizes protection, sympathy, and love. The white anemone’s black center adds contrast to this all-white arrangement. This flower is perfect for a wedding or a romantic anniversary bouquet.
Freesia: Its size makes it perfect for accenting statement flowers.
Ranunculus: The white ranunculus adds simple contrast with its tightly wound petals to the arrangement.
Dahlia: The dahlia flower is known for its spiky, layered petals and large heads. Dahlias are great on their own or alongside other big flowers like Gerbera daisies. Their most popular colors include fuchsia, pink, orange and red.
Gerbera daisy: The large daisy variations are the fifth most popular flower in the world. The gerbera daisy symbolizes cheerfulness, which makes it a perfect addition to any bouquet. The flower’s yellow center adds a bright pop of color to give the bouquet the right amount of cheer.
Coneflower: Also known as echinacea, these flowers are similar in shape to daisies and are also drought-tolerant. Coneflower centers add texture to a bouquet.
Nigella: The Nigella is a uniquely-cut flower that will make any bouquet more interesting. Nigella is commonly blue (referred to as “Love-in-a-Mist”) but can be found in white as well. Nigella is commonly given as gifts to crushes.
Hydrangea: These flowers are known for their large blooms and fantastic aroma. White hydrangeas symbolize purity and grace and are popular wedding bouquet flowers. Hydrangeas are also great for adding volume.
Queen Anne’s lace: These small and delicate flowers add a soft touch to any flower arrangement. They’re an elegant filler flower that can fill out a bouquet without looking too overdone.
Astilbe: These feathery flowers are also known as “false goat’s beard.” Astilbe is great for visually contrasting bigger blooms like garden roses and magnolias. They comes in white, red and pink.
Geranium: Geraniums are easier to care for in the garden and are commonly found in white, pink, purple or blue. These flowers also look great with other spring flowers like hyacinths or daffodils.
Cosmos: These chocolate cosmos add contrast to the bouquet and keep the arrangement fresh and fun. As the name implies, these dark reddish-brown flowers have a chocolate scent.
Protea: This massive flower can reach almost 12 inches in width. The protea can come in pink, magenta, and white. It’s a flower for those who want to make a statement with a chic and sassy bouquet.
Camellia: Camellias typically have smooth and polished leaves. This flower represents the union between two lovers in China, so it is a natural fit for a wedding.
Wallflower: These small white flowers are as subtle as the name implies. Wallflowers normally have four rounded petals. Humble flowers like these are great fillers for bouquets.
Eucalyptus: Eucalyptus has a distinct menthol aroma. This plant is perfect for a home or office bouquet if you want to freshen up the room through both sight and smell. The green foliage throughout the arrangement adds subtle contrast to the flowers without overpowering the bouquet.
Rose: Roses are popular bouquet flowers known for their heady fragrances. The garden roses have a color variety: pink, peach, and white. Garden roses typically have many petals and are more delicate than standard roses and add textures of the surrounding flowers. These flowers contrast well with smaller blooms like the stephanotis
Calla lily: The yellow calla lily symbolizes gratitude and is the perfect flower to include in a “thank you” bouquet or a loved one’s birthday bouquet. It’s also thought to be a good luck charm for wedded bliss. The elegance of the calla lily balances out the complexity of any bouquet.
Chamomile: Your favorite tea herb can also make a beautiful addition to your bouquet. Chamomile flowers resemble daisies and add light and loose touches to any bold flower arrangement. These flowers also smell like apples!
Gloriosa lily: Gloriosa lilies are sometimes referred to as flame lilies or glory lilies. These red and yellow flowers are perfect if you’re looking to give your bouquet a tropical fee
Orchid: Orchids come in every color of the rainbow, so it’s easy to pair this flower in a bouquet regardless of your desired color scheme. The white orchids symbolize innocence and purity as well as elegance and reverence.
Carnation: Carnations symbolizes purity and luck. This flower is one of the world’s oldest cultivated flowers and is well-known for its ruffled appearance.
Stephanotis: This popular wedding flower can be found in many brides’ bouquets
Scabiosa: This flowers can be used in a wedding bouquet and even to decorate a wedding cake! The center of this bloom adds more texture to the bouquets, they come in colors like white, magenta, violet and deep red.
Billy button: These fuzzy yellow flowers (which are also referred to as billy balls) add fun texture to the bouquets. Billy button flowers are the perfect way to add a pop of color to any arrangement.
1. Aster 2. Calla Lily 3. Chrysanthemum
4. Delphinium 5. Zephyr Lily 6. Anemones
7. Carnations 8. Daisies 9. Orchid
10. Zinnia 11. Baby's Breath 12. Cattleya Orchids
13. Day Lily 14. Roses
1. Amaryllis 2. Baby's Breath 3. Carnations
4. Cattleya Orchids 5. Chrysanthemum 6. Daisies
7. Orchids 6. Roses 7. Spay Orchids